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    Meet Sangita Chatlani Director of Inspiring Indian Women & Uk based NRI Social Entrepreneur of the year 2024 ,read her sucess story here

    Wish you a very Happy New year from Hello Mumbai News Team!

    On the occasion of New year In our Entrepreneurs of the year 2024 series we are featuring success story of UK based (NRI ) Social women entrepreneur.In this episodes we are highlighting her success, Vision and Mission about women Empowerment.we hope you will inspires after reading her success story. Yes we are talking about Sangita Chatlani Director of ” Inspiring Indian Women ” a dynamic and popular Social Entrepreneur  Globally.

    Sangita Chatlani belives in action her NGO support to Transgender and women as well.
    She has helped to many  tribal Women and created jobs for them.
    So guys don’t waste your time please read her success story.

     

    Hello Mumbai News: Hello Sangita Thankyou for joining the Interview with us today could you Introduce yourself for our readers.

    Sangita Chatlani : Hello, I’m Sangita Chatlani, originally from the United Kingdom and currently residing in India. I’m proud to be an entrepreneur and the director of an NGO here in India. My journey spans across borders, and I’m passionate about making a positive impact through both business and social initiatives.

    Hello Mumbai News : Could you share your memorable moments of 2023.

    Sangita Chatlani :

    In the span from 2022 to 2023, I have achieved significant milestones that reflect my dedication to social welfare in which I was honoured with a doctorate! Symbolising a commitment to bettering the lives of individuals through social work. Serving as a delegate, I proudly represented the United Kingdom at a prestigious G20 meeting, in the presence of our Prime minister Narendra Modi ji and Mr Jaishankar contributing to global discussions and fostering international collaboration!

    An opportunity to meet the Chief minister of Maharashtra Eknath Shinde and some of his team and working with them to form a board.

    Moreover, I have been actively involved in meaningful work with the transgender community in Maharashtra. By working closely with this community, I aim to contribute to positive societal change, promoting inclusivity and understanding. These achievements collectively underscore my dedication to making a positive impact on both local and global scales.

    I was also felicitated by Gajanan Kirtikar ji member of parliament and shiv Sena leader for my work in Social Welfare.

    Hello Mumbai News : What’s your future plans for 2024.

    Sangita Chatlani :
    In 2024, my focus will be on grassroots efforts in Imphal, working directly with women to enhance social awareness through education initiatives. Additionally, I aim to establish a Transgender Welfare Board for Maharashtra, emphasizing inclusive policies and support structures for the transgender community in the region. These plans reflect my commitment to fostering positive change at both the local and state levels.

    I also plan to concentrate on skill development initiatives and the formation of self-help groups for women in Imphal’s slum areas. By empowering them with valuable skills and fostering a sense of community through self-help groups, my aim is to provide these women with the tools to lead independent and supported lives, positively impacting both them and their families.

    I’m actively involved in projects with Inspiring Indian Women, an NGO based in the UK. Over the past two years, we have successfully implemented initiatives in India, operating on the ground level to directly impact communities. Our focus is on uplifting society through empowering Indian women. Looking ahead, we aspire to launch additional projects aimed at providing knowledge and creative education to people, particularly women in slum areas. By working at the grassroots level, we aim to facilitate positive transformations, enabling individuals to lead fulfilling lives for themselves and their families.

    Hello Mumbai News : After one year where you want to See yourself

    Sangita Chatlani :

    In the coming year, my primary goal is to double the achievements of this year, particularly in my current business—a domestic help agency. This business focuses on recruiting and training tribal area women from across India, providing them with education and employment opportunities. I aim to enhance and expand this initiative, ensuring its sustained success. By excelling in this venture, I hope to positively impact more lives and contribute to the economic empowerment of women in tribal areas.

     

    In the upcoming year, I plan to contribute to the improvement of international relations involving India. Leveraging my established international contacts, I aim to foster collaborations and facilitate connections that can enhance the global standing of India. Through strategic engagement and leveraging relationships, I hope to play a role in promoting the mutual benefit and cooperation between India and other nations.

    Hello Mumbai News : What’s your message on New Year

    Sangita Chatlani :
    Stick to your New Years resolutions with positivity and motivation. Cultivate a resilient mindset, keep planting the seeds of your goals, and witness the abundant harvest as your resources manifest. Here’s to a year of steadfast commitment and fruitful achievements!

    Hello Mumbai News : Share your Recognition and Achievements.

    Sangita Chatlani :

    I am honoured to have received an honorary doctorate in social welfare, representing the pinnacle of my commitment to societal well-being. Additionally, being invited as a delegate to the G20 meeting on behalf of the United Kingdom reflects global recognition of my contributions. Serving as the National President of Social Welfare of the Women’s Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, along with directing Inspiring Indian Women’s India chapter, allows me to further champion meaningful causes. These roles fuel my passion for creating positive change and inspire me to continue making a lasting impact.”

    Hello Mumbai News : What was your key driving force to become a social entrepreneur?

    Sangita Chatlani :

    My business idea sparked when local women knocked on my door seeking employment, coinciding with friends asking for house help. Connecting these dots, I started linking those in need with those seeking work. What began as a small initiative has grown into a fully-fledged business over seven years. I take immense pride in the journey, especially in how it has allowed me to train and provide jobs for tribal women. The satisfaction comes not just from running a successful business, but from knowing that I am making a positive impact on the lives of these women and contributing to better households management.

    Hello Mumbai News : How did you come up with the name for your Ngo

    Sangita Chatlani :
    In 2015, we initiated this NGO in the United Kingdom under the leadership of Rashmi Mishra. Over the years, it has flourished successfully, prompting us to extend our impact to India. Two years ago, in 2021, we officially registered the NGO in India under the name “Inspiring Indian Women.” The essence of our organisation is encapsulated in its name – our mission is to inspire and empower women within the Indian community. We strive to create a supportive environment where women uplift and empower one another, fostering confidence and mutual growth.

    Hello Mumbai News : How did you raise funding for your venture?

    Sangita Chatlani :

    Through donations and as a team we personally contribute!

    Hello Mumbai News : What motivates you?

    Sangita Chatlani :
    It’s incredible how witnessing greatness and success serves as a powerful motivator, pushing me to strive for even greater achievements. The inspiration derived from those who have succeeded before me fuels my determination to reach new heights.

    Hello Mumbai News : What is your greatest fear, and how do you manage fear?

    Sangita Chatlani :
    I’ve been through so much in my life, a story for another day, but the pain and suffering have shaped me to a point where fear doesn’t exist anymore. It’s a strange realisation, but I think my lack of fear stems from the challenges I’ve faced. Now, I feel a responsibility to help others lead better lives, drawing from my own journey

    All the experiences, the ups and downs, have brought me to where I am today. It’s made me who I am. At this point, I believe the only entity we should be mindful of is God. It’s about gratitude and acknowledging that my experiences, however tough, have been instrumental in my growth.

    Hello Mumbai News How do you define success?

    Sangita Chatlani :

    To be recognised for my hard work and efforts

    Hello Mumbai News : Do you believe there is some sort of pattern or formula to becoming a successful entrepreneur?

    Sangita Chatlani : 

    No but it’s necessary to be very self motivated.!

    Hello Mumbai News :What is your favourite aspect of being an entrepreneur?

    Sangita Chatlani :
    You can work at your own time and pace.

    Hello Mumbai News : What has been your most satisfying moment in your social Entrepreneur journey?

    Sangita Chatlani :
    To be able to help people alongside the business.

    Hello Mumbai News : What piece of advice would you give to college graduates who want to become entrepreneurs?

    Sangita Chatlani :
    I’ve faced numerous setbacks in both life and work, rebuilding from scratch multiple times. To anyone considering new ventures or businesses, I’d emphasise that failure isn’t a roadblock but an opportunity for growth. Each setback is a chance to lear, become stronger, and avoid repeating mistakes. Success often emerges from navigating and learning from these experiences.

    Hello Mumbai News : What would you say are the top three skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur?

    Sangita Chatlani :

    Adaptability: Successful entrepreneurs possess the ability to adapt to changing circumstances and market conditions. Flexibility allows them to navigate challenges, pivot when necessary, and stay ahead of industry trends.

    Effective Communication: Strong communication skills are essential for entrepreneurs to articulate their vision, negotiate with stakeholders, and build a cohesive team. Clear communication fosters understanding and aligns others with the entrepreneur’s goals.

    Resilience: Entrepreneurship is inherently challenging, and setbacks are inevitable. Resilience enables entrepreneurs to bounce back from failures, learn from mistakes, and persist in the face of adversity. It’s a crucial quality for navigating the ups and downs of business.

    Hello Mumbai News : What entrepreneurial tricks have you discovered to keep you focused and productive in your day-to-day busy schedule?

    Sangita Chatlani
    Spend the first half of your day working hard without wasting time to be able to finish your day early.

    Hello Mumbai News :What piece of advice would you like to give inspiring young entrepreneurs:

    Sangita Chatlani: I’ve faced numerous setbacks in both life and work, rebuilding from scratch multiple times. To anyone considering new ventures or businesses, I’d emphasise that failure isn’t a roadblock but an opportunity for growth. Each setback is a chance to learn, become stronger, and avoid repeating mistakes. Success often emerges from navigating and learning from these experiences.

    Hello Mumbai News :Who has been your greatest inspiration?

    Sangita Chatlani: Princess Diana is my inspiration, especially her impactful work with the underprivileged. Her genuine concern for those in need resonates with me, serving as a driving force for the work I’m currently undertaking. The compassion she exhibited has motivated me to contribute to positive change and make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.

    Hello Mumbai News: Thank you very much Sangita for giving us your precious time all the best for your future plans.

    Sangita Chatlani: Most welcome and Happy New year to all

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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